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March 17th, 2011, 3:05 pm #1

Ponder: Good Morning is to say God Morning!

Morn'n is light!
Morn'n is connect'd to the even'n to be the first day!

Gensis 1:[5] And God-light-good called the light Day,
and the darkness he called Night.
And the "evening-night-darkness
and the morning-light-day even'n
toghter with the morning"
were the first day-light-God-good."



Ponder: God is Good!
Matt.19:[14] But Jesus
[17] he said unto him, Why callest thou me good?
there is none good but one, that is, God:

Mark.10:[18] And Jesus said unto him,
Why callest thou me good?
there is none good but one, that is, God.

Luke.18:[19] And Jesus said unto him,
Why callest thou me good?
none is good, save one, that is, God.

Ponder: Every Creature is God!
1Tim.4
[4] For "every creature of God is good,"
and nothing to be refused,
if it be received with thanksgiving:

All man is Good-God (not unclean)!
Acts 10: [26] But Peter took him up, saying, Stand up; I myself also am a man.
[27] And as he talked with him, he went in, and found many that were come together.
[28] And he said unto them, Ye know how that it is an unlawful thing for a man that is a Jew to keep company, or come unto one of another nation;
but "God hath shewed me
that I should not call
any man common or unclean."

Ponder: God is light-God is good!
1.)Genesis 1:[4] And God saw the light, that it was good:

2.) (1John 1:[5] God is light,
and in him is no darkness at all.

Ponder: Good eye-I God!
3.) Matthew 6:[22] The light of the body is the eye:

Ponder: Good light-God!
John.1:[1] In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
[2] The same was in the beginning with God.
[3] All things were made by him;
and without him was not any thing made that was made.
[4] and the "life (Spirit-God) was the light (God) of men".
Romans 8:10 "Spirit is life"
John 4:21 Jesus saith 4:24 "God is a Spirit"
John 1:[9] That was the true Light,
which "lighteth every man"
that cometh into the world.

John 8:[12] Then "spake Jesus" again,
saying, "I am the light" of the world:
he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness,
but shall have the "light (God) of life (Spirit-God)."

Matthew 4:[23] "Jesus" went about
5:[1] And seeing the multitudes,
and his disciples came unto him:
[2] And he opened his mouth, and taught them,
"saying,[14] Ye are the light God-good" of the world. )


Genesis 1:[4] Continue'd:
and God divided the light from the darkness.
Ponder:
{Matthew 12:[26] And if Satan-(God) cast out
Satan-(God), he is divided against himself;
how shall then his kingdom stand?

Mark 3:[26] And if Satan-(God) rise up against himself, and be divided, he cannot stand, but hath an end.

Luke.11:[18] If Satan-(God)also be
divided against himself,
how shall his kingdom stand?

Can the even'n and the morn'n be divide'd
and still be the first day-light-God-good!

Gensis 1:[5] And God-light-good called
the light-God Day-God,
and the darkness he called Night-(even'n and morn'n together (not divided) be'n the 1st day-light-God.)
And the "evening-night-darkness
and the morning-light-day even'n
toghter with the morning"
were the first day-light-God-good." }

Ponder: Good saw dry land Earth good-God!
Gensis 1:[10] And "God called the dry land Earth; "
and the gathering together of the "waters called he Seas:" and "God saw that it was good."

[12] And the "earth brought forth grass,"
and "herb yielding seed" after his kind,
and the "tree yielding fruit,"
"whose seed was in itself," after his kind:
and God saw that it was good.

[18] And to rule over the day and over the night,
and to "divide the light" from the darkness:
and "God saw that it was good."

[21] And "God created great whales,
and every living creature that moveth,"
which the waters brought forth abundantly,
after their kind, and "every winged fowl" after his kind: and "God saw that it was good."

[25] And "God made the beast of the earth" after his kind, and "cattle" after their kind,
and "every thing that creepeth" upon the earth
after his kind:
and "God saw that it was good."

Love Ya, All!

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March 17th, 2011, 4:05 pm #2

Onelife said: Ponder: God is Good!

I guess it depends on which Bible passages you pick and choose from.

I can make the statement "God is Evil!" and use Joshua 6:21 to back up my statement. This fictional god ordered the death of every living thing in the city. Their crime? Owning land the Hebrews wanted.

Doesn't sound very good to me...

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March 17th, 2011, 4:39 pm #3


 

.... how common sense is supposed to reconcile such with the numerous accounts of violence, cruelty and killing condonded, ordered, and even performed by God -as written down in God's inerrant word; the bible- not even the most ardent religionists can answer that, in a reasonable and logical manner that is, which renders this holding on to, and 'defending', irresolvable contradictions a piece of evidence that common sense has no place in wherever ardent believers believe they are.
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March 17th, 2011, 6:20 pm #4

Onelife said: Ponder: God is Good!

I guess it depends on which Bible passages you pick and choose from.

I can make the statement "God is Evil!" and use Joshua 6:21 to back up my statement. This fictional god ordered the death of every living thing in the city. Their crime? Owning land the Hebrews wanted.

Doesn't sound very good to me...

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"When one person suffers from a delusion, it is called insanity. When many people suffer from a delusion it is called Religion." -- Robert M. Pirsig
Some men wrote the Bible, attributing their malice to "god".

Regardless, whatever attributes we assign to "god", are simply assignments, projections perhaps.

God is good. What does that mean? Life is good. Sometimes. Sometimes not. God allows suffering. Is that "good"?

We're all born, a miracle. Some die within days, some have defects, disease. We all die in the end.

Possibly a bleaker than usual outlook due to the events in Japan. Not that it is worse than what has happened in Iraq over the past decade, just that it is fresh. At least Japan's misery is not done in the name of "freedom" or "democracy" or "liberating people".

Still, for those that believe in God. How can one view God as anything other than amoral, at best? At least from a perspective of flesh and blood human life. Maybe there is some "greater purpose" ..

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March 17th, 2011, 6:27 pm #5

it is nature that leaves us dead and kills with earthquakes and tsunamis and other means all day long every day;

how can you love nature when it is OBVIOUS that nature doesn't love us too much.....so far nobody outlives its blows more than too few decades.....

for those who claim God is evil in what he does in the Bible and claim to love and sing the praises of nature that is killing you as you read and write and speak

what say you?

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March 17th, 2011, 6:30 pm #6

Not immoral.

Yes, agreed.


Nature is awe inspiring. The Universe is awe inspiring, but for the most part inhospitable.

It is what it is. The Lord gives and the Lord takes. Nature provides and nature destroys. We are born and grow and we die and decay. Nothing is permanent.

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March 17th, 2011, 6:42 pm #7

if there is nothing permanant, where did it come from?

did it come from nothing? is that logical? reasonable?



big bang boom sham baz bah?

till we all PERCEIVE the place we are from.....above the ego it is revealed

we will not KNOW nature or the creator of nature


only above nature is it revealed


the force of the creator is above nature but the God above the creator is the God of Gods


hence King of Kings and Lord of Lords and God of Gods


elohim are the gods (many) of nature


YHVH is the GOD above nature, the Lord of Lords in whom JESUS CHRIST is revealed within the nature he created first


to be born through it, begotten through it


imagine making something that you then want to JOIN to your life force so that it can't be separated from you any longer


just imagine it


if you can

I mean for some people babies that were not

and then are by the combination of DNA, are not enough of an example of how God makes US MORE THAN WE ARE BY JOINING HIMSELF TO US.....



but this is the physical manifestation of a spiritual reality that makes a NEW FORM that will live ...because this form is indestructible


and that is another word that stumbles
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March 17th, 2011, 6:56 pm #8

Our reality is impermanent. Is what I meant.

Beyond this, who knows? Other discussions below, suggest that nothing is something ..

Regardless, my thoughts are with those in Japan, and the brave people in the Fukushima nuclear plant exposing themselves to severe danger in order to try to bring this under control. Of the 200 (Fukushima 50 is a bit of misnomer, there are 4 groups of 50 I believe), 5 have died, and 20 or so injured. The long term effects of the radiation will not be good .. although it is hoped that most die of old age before the ravages of radiation catch up to them in forms of cancer.


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March 17th, 2011, 7:32 pm #9

it is nature that leaves us dead and kills with earthquakes and tsunamis and other means all day long every day;

how can you love nature when it is OBVIOUS that nature doesn't love us too much.....so far nobody outlives its blows more than too few decades.....

for those who claim God is evil in what he does in the Bible and claim to love and sing the praises of nature that is killing you as you read and write and speak

what say you?
Yvonne said: BASED on that, you have to conclude nature is immoral as well

Nonsense. To have morality, one must have an intelligence to make moral decisions. Nature has no intelligence. It is not a living thing, although it is made up of living and non-living systems.

Nature is not "for the good guys" (ie: moral) or "for the bad guys" (immoral). Some gazelles escape the clutches of leopards. Some don't. The ones that do escape may pass on their survival genes to the next generation. And the leopards that catch gazelles get to live another day so that THEY may pass on their genes to the next generation. Morality has no place in Nature.

There is no thought or intelligence behind it. Nature is all about survival of the fittest. The fittest get to survive.

Yvonne said: for those who claim God is evil in what he does in the Bible and claim to love and sing the praises of nature that is killing you as you read and write and speak

Yet more nonsense. You act as if Nature were a human being. Nature isn't malevolent. Malevolence is a human aspect.

Nature may kill me before my time, but it won't be because Nature "ordered it" or was "out to get me" the way Yahweh was out to get the innocent citizens of Jericho, so your god ordered the Hebrews to "destroy all that was in the city, both man and woman, young and old, and ox, and sheep, and ass, with the edge of the sword".

Nature isn't malevolent like the god of the Old Testament. Nature simply doesn't care, because there is no medium with which Nature COULD care.

Jeez, why do religionists have to anthropomorphize EVERYTHING they don't understand???

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March 17th, 2011, 7:41 pm #10

Neither moral, nor immoral. More like "don't care", or "doesn't interfere" .. depending on how personal you want to view nature/god.

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